- Augustina Kwesie Osabutey, a genius 28-year-old Ghanaian lady, now pursues her PhD at the South Dakota State University in the US
- She also has a master's certificate in Ecological Restoration & a master's degree in Environmental Engineering
- Augustina rose from her humble beginnings as her family had to struggle before she could go to university but she now runs a non-profit organization to help her commmunity
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Augustina Kwesie Osabutey, an adorable 28-year-old Ghanaian lady currently pursues her PhD after rising from a place of limited means.
In a one-on-one chat with YEN.com.gh's Edward Asare, Augustina indicated that she is at the South Dakota State University as a PhD student in Agricultural, Biosystems and Mechanical Engineering.
The young beauty also has a Master's Certificate in Ecological Restoration as well as a Master's Degree in Environmental Engineering from the Montana Technological University.
Life wasn't always this pleasant for Augustina.
Before going into university, she had to sell pastries and get enormous support from her family in order to buy herself the admission forms and other provisions
Aside from all her involvements, Augustina Kwesie Osabutey runs the Teen Lead Foundation, a non-profit organization consisting of 11 amazing team members who work together to give back to the society.
Earlier in 2020, Augustina, along with her dad, younger brother and Mr Samuel Adumuah of Africa World Airlines had a fundraising exercise with the support of Butte MT Community to construct two drinking water wells for the Adukrom community in the Western Region of Ghana.
When asked about what inspires her to keep undertaking her groundbreaking exploits, Augustina mentioned:
"The desire to help and see teenagers in Axim and Ghana achieve their career goals and my younger siblings"
In another amazing report, Zhanyia McCullough, an adorable 14-year-old Black girl, has launched a product that is targeted at helping young ladies with kinky and curly hair.
A report seen by YEN.com.gh on Blackbusiness.com confirms that the young lady who is the CEO Islande Beauty created the hair product to help boost the confidence of Black girls who normally have that kind of hair.
It is indicated that Islande Beauty, is a known Black-owned, and the plant-based company committed to the empowerment of girls through education and healthy hair care.
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